Well that doesn’t tell you of life. I get stuck, there’s so many paths to follow that backtracking takes days and then I find new trees to explore. If only those trees could talk. I think OCD is where the brain rebounds off the amygdala because it doesn’t activate the limbic system in order to complete its reactions.We’ve been a bit through this before. People … Continue reading Why do OCD Brains Have Less Limbic Activation yet Involve Fear?
The current dream theories are revolving around ideas about REM sleep. The first five beliefs on dreaming are laid out in my favorite textbook: Introduction to Biopsychology by John Pinel and Steven Barnes. 1. A study by Wolpert and Dement was executed to evaluate how external stimuli effects dreams. They sprayed water on participants after they had been in REM sleep for a few minutes, … Continue reading Blueprint Consolidation Dream Theory: A Left and Right Brain Perspective
It has been an odd muckfuck of mental days. Nightmares about eating twenty Big Macs. Ever since switching to hammock sleeping my dreams have become as vivid as reality. I’ll wake up and be displaced for hours and truly feel like I’d cheated for the next awakened hours. I’ve been arrogant and cold, unable to connect to life. Yet I could feel…my body is becoming … Continue reading The High Twins: Different Responses to Hormone Release
There posts are from an experiment I did in 2015 that I am moving over to this blog. A note on these charts. They are entirely self developed based upon what I have experienced so far. I show you them not only so you can see progress or scourgy lack therof, but also for you to use if you so choose. At first they might … Continue reading The McSuicide Experiment Day 63: Mental Data Update
There posts are from an experiment I did in 2015 that I am moving over to this blog. Camera Story A few days ago I left information out of your brains. Information I put into draft and then left drafted and unpublished. Forgive me loves. I had a moment where I lost my camera when I really needed it for food blogging. The day before … Continue reading Another ADHD Conquest: Untrapping Connections: The McSuicide Experiment Day Sixty Three
These posts are from an experiment I did in 2015 that I am moving over to this website. Dripping fudge caressing raspberries that’s a ton of days. Honestly, I’m so weared out from this, and yet the energy for it seems to grow each day. I care. An incredible much about this. As much muchness as my tiny body can bear. Someday, I will leave … Continue reading The McSuicide Experiment Updated Day Sixty
These posts are from an experiment I did in 2015 that I am moving over to this blog. A sense of calm. Is it just a sense of control? When you finally feel the situation drip out from your mind like a stream you’ve melded from an ocean. Hyperactivity. ADHD. The loss of control as you connect everywhere and nowhere. Clinging to no connections until … Continue reading